Rosa Clará Drives International Expansion by Opening a Boutique in London

Rosa Clará consolidates its position in the UK bridal market with the opening of a boutique in London

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Spanish bridal brand Rosa Clarà has just announced the news of their first ever UK boutique. The United Kingdom is one of the most important markets for the brand, where it currently has more than 100 multi-brand stores.

The new store, with a surface area of 250 square meters, is located in Woodstock St, in the Mayfair neighbourhood, and joins the network of flagship stores in Europe. The store will feature the brands’ main collections Rosa Clará Couture, Rosa Clará, Rosa Clará Soft, Rosa Clará Boheme and Rosa Clará Cocktail, as well as wedding and cocktail accessories.

Designer Rosa Clará said, "The UK has always had trust in the brand so it makes me especially happy to open this store in the heart of London where all the future brides-to-be will be able to experience an unforgettable experience surrounded by our entire collection."

Read More: Rosa Clará Dresses Mery Perelló for Her Wedding to Rafa Nadal

Rosa Clará entered the bridal fashion sector in 1995, with the opening of her first store in Barcelona. With her vision as a fashion designer and businesswoman, she introduced the latest trends in the formerly classic wedding dresses and connected with a new generation of women who were looking for more individuality and fashion for their big day.

Her innovative style and commitment to the highest quality fabrics and finishes, together with the collaboration with great designers of Haute Couture such as Karl Lagerfeld, boosted the international expansion of the brand. Rosa Clará, who has become a global benchmark of wedding design, celebrates her 25th anniversary in 2020 and is currently located in more than 4000 stores in 80 countries.

Read More: Exclusive Preview of the Rosa Clarà 2020 Collection

Alongside the UK store, the brand has also made the decision to open a boutique in one of the most exclusive shopping centres in the city of Dubai, and a second store in Reunion Island, Saint-Pierre. The launch of these three new boutiques marks the brand’s drive for international expansion and offers an unbeatable opportunity for them to appeal to a new market of customers.

For more information on Rosa Clarà, take a look at their listing on the Bridal Buyer directory here.

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